UF HOBI

Improving care, promoting wellness, reducing disparities​ and driving innovation.

HOBI RESEARCH

real-world research

Insightful. Implementable. Impactful.

At HOBI, we’re changing the face and the pace of health research. Our patient populations reflect the diversity of the real world. Our health interventions consider the needs of patients and providers. Our data-driven research speeds scientific discoveries.

Dominick Lemas, Ph.D., and Lindsay Thompson, M.D., M.S., work together in the Breastfeeding and Early Childhood Development (BEACH) clinic.

hobi ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Certificate

Go above your professional training with a graduate certificate in implementation science or biomedical informatics.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Masters

Learn how to conduct health outcomes assessments and clinical effectiveness research in a range of biomedical, clinical and community-based research settings.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Ph.D.

Become an expert at evaluating health interventions, treatments, prevention practices and policies to determine what works on a large-scale level and why.

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academic programs

Postdoctoral Training

Expand and strengthen your research skills with one-on-one postdoctoral training programs and opportunities.

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hobi and diversity

inclusion, diversity, equity and access

Our commitment to diversity

HOBI is dedicated to improving health outcomes for all and reducing health inequities through education, research and service. We strive to be a community of students, staff and faculty that celebrates inclusion, diversity, equity and access and are committed to fostering a people-centered, creative environment for all.

HOBI faculty, staff and students

HOBI news & Events

HOBI faculty member to present at D&I conference

Ramzi Salloum, PhD and HOBI PhD Student Jennifer LeLaurin at ICHP-Pediatrics Research Day 2020.

Researchers will use AI to predict who may…

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Bylund and Wu receive 2022 Exemplary Teacher Award

Bylund and Wu